ciclopiroxolamine

ci·clo·pir·ox·ol·a·mine

(sī'klō-pir'oks-ōl'ă-mēn)
A broad-spectrum antifungal agent used to treat a variety of fungus and yeast skin infections.
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Evaluation of in vitro activity of ciclopiroxolamine, butenafine HCl and econazole nitrate against dermatophytes, yeasts and bacteria.
Selected double blind comparative studies on the efficacy and tolerance of ciclopiroxolamine solution and cream [in German].
Our study yielded results similar to those of other studies.(43) Cure rates in the 10% to 15% range have been found with a propylene glycol-urea-lactic acid solution,(44) and with ciclopiroxolamine.(45)(46) Even higher cure rates have been found with other treatments: 30% to 60% with urea-bifonazole solution(47)(48)(49); 42% with naftitine hydrochloride gel(50); 64% to 84% with amorolfine,(51) and 50% to 74% with amorolfine lacquer.(30)
Efficacy of ciclopiroxolamine 1% cream in onychomycosis and tinea pedis.